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London — Oil prices dropped on Monday on big spikes in Covid-19 infections at the weekend in the US and elsewhere while traders await an Opec technical meeting expected to recommend an easing of supply cuts.

Brent crude fell 65c, or 1.5%, to $42.59 a barrel by 8.48am GMT, though prices have been hovering around $42 for a couple of weeks. US crude was down 75c, or 1.9%, at $39.80...

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